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. >> there was a hearing yesterday for thomas gore who has already plead guilty to wrongdoing. matt ackland explains. >> reporter: minutes after what was called a status hearing, thomas gore came out of courthouse and ran past our camera. you will recall earlier this year, gore, a gray campaign worker, pleaded guilty to involvement in a scam to pay suleiman brown to verbally attack mayor adrian fenty. en the u.s. attorney's office indicated that gore continued to work with prosecutors and they needed more time continue that work. gore could be granted leniency for his cooperation. >> we're in this until it's over. >> these are twitter pictures of mayor gray at the democratic national convention in north carolina. we asked leonard steinhorn for the investigation will prompt some high level democrats at the dnc to avoid the mayor in charlotte. >> all elected officials shouldn't be ashamed to be talking with the mayor of one of the most important cities in the world. but the fact that he is under investigation, people do not want to be in that photo op because they know how it could be used, abused and
continues. minutes after what was called a status hearing, thomas gore came out of the courthouse and ran past our camera. you will recall earlier this year, gore, a gray campaign worker, pleaded guilty to involvement in a scampo day -- to pay suleman brown to verbally attack adrian fenty. >> is there anything you want to say? >> reporter: he had nothing to say, but inside the courtroom, the u.s. attorney's office indicated that gore continued to work with prosecutors. they needed more time to continue that work before setting a sentenceing hearing. gore could be granted loneiencey for his cooperation. >> excuse me. >> we just end this until it's over. when it's over, it will be over. until it's over, you can't do anything but live with it. >> reporter: meanwhile, those are twitter pictures of mayor gray at the democratic national convention in north carolina. we asked political analyst leonard steinhorn if the investigation into gray's campaign will prompt some high- level democrats at the dnc to avoid the mayor in charlotte. >> all elected officials shouldn't be ashamed to be talking wi
is due back into court for a status hearing in his criminal case. thomas gore faces between 12 and 1 months in prison. a sentencing date could be set in today's hearing. >>> some voter in northern virginia will head to the polls today for a special election to replace delegate david england. he resigned earlier this summer after admitting to having an affair. polls in the district are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. >>> democrats are in charlotte, north carolina preparing to kick off the democratic national convention t gets under way today. tom fitzgerald has a preview for us. >> reporter: first lady michelle obama got a first look at the convention podium she will be speaking from tuesday. president obama stayed on the campaign trail. >> of a he got one piece of advice for you about the romney- ryan game plan, ohio. punt it away. it won't work. >> reporter: at a labor union rally in toledo with auto and steel workers, the president said a mitt romney presidency would hurt the middle class. >> you could choose to give massive new tax cuts to folks who have already made it or you ca
tuesday. thomas gore will attend a status conference regarding the criminal case against him. you might recall that gore pleaded guilty to funneling under the table cash to then mayoral candidate brown in trying to cover up the retaliates. the judge on tuesday -- cover up the payments. the judge on tuesday could determine a sentencing date. as part of that plea bargain agreement, prosecutors will not ask for prison time for thomas gore. >>> more violence in syria left four army officers wounded. also today a british human rights group says more than 5,000 people were killed in syria last month alone. that makes august the deadliest month since the up rising began some 17 months ago. >>> earlier today hundreds of people rallied across from the white house calling attention to the situation in syria. the rally dubbed world silence is killing syria was sponsored by the sir ri anamerican -- syrian american council. they're calling on americans to take action to help the syrian people. >>> can private cameras help crack down on crime in one of the wealthiest neighborhoods? georgetown a popul
continues. they made that statement during a status hearing today for thomas gore who was an assistant treasurer for the campaign and who has already pled guilty to wrongdoing. fox 5 peace matt ackland has the story. >> reporter: minutes after what was called a status hearing thomas gore came out of the courthouse and ran past our camera. you'll recall earlier this year gore, a gray campaign worker, pleaded guilty to involvement in a scam to pay sulaimon brown to verbally attack former mayor adrian fenty. >> is there anything you want to say? >> reporter: he had nothing to say, but inside the courtroom the u.s. attorney's office indicated gore continued to work with prosecutors and they needed more time to continue that work before setting a sentencing hearing. gore could be granted leniency for his cooperation. >> we are just in this until it's over. you can't do anything except live with it. >> reporter: meanwhile these are twitter pictures of mayor gray at the democratic national convention in north carolina. we asked political analyst leonard steinhorn if the investigation into
earlier next month. >>> thomas gore pleaded guilty in may to organizing under-the- table payments to former mayoral candidate suleman brown. it was part of an alleged shadow campaign to get gray elected. gore was the first of three campaign aides to plead guilty, and federal prosecutors asked the judge not to set a sentencing date because their d.c. political corruption probe is still ongoing. gore will return to court in december. >>> the poles are now open in northeastern virginia for a -- in northern virginia for a special election. residents will select a new delegate. the district includes parts of old town alexanderia crystal city, shirlington and huntington. the poles will close tonight. >>> some is over for most students in northern virginia. some of the region's biggest districts are heading back to school today. alexanderia arlington and fairfax counties. kristin fisher spent the morning with students at the new south county middle school in lorton. >> reporter: good morning. it's a day full of firsts at south county middle school. it's the first year that this school ha
:00 p.m.. >> the scandal surrounding vincent gray. thomas gore could find out when he will be sentenced. he pled guilty in may for trying to cover up payment. turning now business news. more older americans making up the u.s. workforce. >> also a preview of what wall street is closely watching this week. let's take a listen of linda bell of bloomberg. >> stock index futures now are indicating a higher open as you mentioned. wall street heading back to work today. today we are expecting reports in manufacturing as well as u.s. auto sales and of course the democratic convention officially kicks off so we'll see what president obama has to say as he lays out his plans for job creation. on top of that, we have the labor department that releases its key august jobs report. million s of workers have dropped out of the labor market. "the l.a. times" says nearly one in five americans aged 65 and older are still hard at work or looking for jobs. that is the highest in nearly half a century. older workers are putting off retirement partly due to t
in. agreed not to set a date for thomas gore, treasurer pleaded to funneling cash to sulaiman brown. two other campaign aides of also pleaded guilty. prosecutors want the sentencing ended because their investigation is ongoing. >> coming up on abc 7 news, a co-host is named. .> live with michael and kelly >> what michael strahan now four years after predicting his own future. for many the recovery from still underaac is way. why the space shuttle is blamed for a decision to cut down hundreds of trees. craig mundie outside again today. cloudy and a little breezy. cloudy and a little breezy. i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. cloudy and a little mitt romney's position on women's health...it's dangerous. vo:mitt romney and paul ryan would get rid of planned parenthood fundiding. and allow employers to deny coverage for cancer screenings and birth control. we can't afford to let him take away our choices... to take away basic health care. vo: both backed proposals to outlaw abortions...even in cases of rape and incest. i don'n't think that women's health issues have faced a c
vincent gray is due back in court today for a status hearing in his criminal case. thomas gore pled guilty to corruption charges. today's court appearance could set a sentencing date for gore who faces 12 for 18 months in prison. mayor gray has not been accused of any wrongdoing. >>> thousands of students in northern virginia are heading back to school today. in arlington count you, the first day of school means the first day of a new transportation policy. melanie alnwick has the details. >> reporter: good morning. yes, they are going to be enforcing rules that have been on the books for quite some time. what that means is that fewer students here in arlington county will be able to ride school buses to their schools this morning. while the notice that was sent to parents basically encourages them to help students who aren't going to be able to ride the bus to figure out the best walking routes or the best biking routes, a lot of parents say this is really going to mean more cars on the road this morning with parents trying to get their kids to their schools. the letters to parents went o
, or is she going to prison? >> she has bled guilty. -- she has pled guilty. thomas gore, who was a campaign treasurer and pleaded guilty to destroying federal property. he was supposed to be sentenced this week. he went to the court, and the prosecution asked that his sentence be delayed. that suggests to me at least that he and the prosecution are continuing to have -- this was called an exchange of views on what is going on out there, and they don't want to do that. it is possible that jean clark harris, having been convicted, now has an opportunity as part of her plea agreement -- they all agreed that they would cooperate with the prosecution. there is a pledge of cooperation with all of those plea agreements, whether it is hers, thomas gore's, howard brooks. they have all entered into plea agreements. a condition of that is that they will all cooperate with the federal government, the prosecution. they are all still having an exchange of views and sharing what they know. >> to let know who -- let people know who aren't familiar with the details, this group was under 40 years old, a very
in court tomorrow. thomas gore will attend a status conference regarding the criminal case against him. gore pleaded guilty to funneling under the table cash to mayoral candidate suleman brown and trying to cover up the payments. the judge could determine the sentencing date. 9news now sources say as part of a plea bargain, prosecutors will not ask for prison time for gore. >>> can private cameras crack down on crime in a popular northwest d.c. neighborhood? georgetown is a pretty busy destination, also home to the rich and famous, but it also attracts crime. >> residents to put up more private cameras but some wonder is this too much big brother? surae chinn tells us like it or not the private cameras are going up. >> reporter: the citizens association of georgetown will be testing it out. the group will be putting up roughly ten of their own cameras on homes and businesses to deter crime. according to metropolitan police stats, deaths and assaults are up from 2011 but the group has been calling on cameras for years. they say it's about preserving the charm of georgetown while protect
in court today for a status hearing. campaign treasurer thomas gore. he could find out when he will be sentenced. he pleaded guilty to funding cash to sulaiman brown and payments.cover up the two other campaign aides and guilty in connection with the scandal. we want to get a check on the forecast a. morning, and. >> a very pleasant tuesday morning. work and back to school will feel the humidity out there. we have a few sprinkles off to the northwest of the metro area, west of hagerstown. \ areas of light rain. and around baltimore. but that's all for now. have a sunny breaks. will climb into the mid '80s later on today. some of the rainfall midnight. emmet's burke, 1.2. frederick, 0.89. hamilton, virginia, about 1/2 inch. a quarter of an inch in leesburg. the '70s pretty everywhere across our region. to mid 70's. in the air keeps temperatures much overnight. a good amount of cloud cover overhead. you see the rain showers that moved through overnight around midnight with a few embedded downpours. we will see a few more embedded downpours later on today. not all they washout. we
to corruption was back in court. thomas gore admitting funneling money and then trying to cover up the payments. that minor candidate is believed to be brown who said he was paid to attack then mayor fente. one of three campaign aides to plead guilty to corruption charges. he could receive 12 to 18 months in prison. >>> right now polls are open to thousands of northern virginia voters for a special election. it's for virginia's 45th district which includes fairfax county and arlington county. three men are running to replace david and glenn who stepped down from his house seat after disclosing that he had an extra marital affair. polls will stay open until 7:00 tonight. >>> 11:09. 89 degrees out there. coming up, a first for the democratic national convention which begins today. >>> plus, how the republicans are spending this week. >>> what this child wanted to ask prince harry. stay with us >>> right now, president obama is on his way to norfolk. the president will speak at norfolk state university this morning. his final stop on his road to charlotte tour. the president will speak at the dnc
ballot in the 45th district are democrat ron krupika and justin malkin. >>> thomas gore was the first of three gray campaign aides to plead guilty to corruption charges. today's court appearance could set a sentencing date for gore who faces 12 to 18 months in prison. mayor gray has not been accused of any wrongdoing. >>> this morning, the search is on for a missing boater in maryland. details coming up next on fox 5. >>> the much-anticipated book about the raid that killed osama bin laden is now available for purchase. the navy seal who wrote that book could be facing legal trouble and now he is also fearing for his safety. we'll have more on that straight ahead after the break.  [ male announcer ] the magic of nature appears every day, within each strand of an oat's rhythmical sway. when an apple's vibrant red temptation, and honey's sweet touch of golden sensation, join together with a pecan crunch you'll savor, creating the most perfect lesson in flavor. ♪ nature's best-written recipe is ready for you to enjoy. nature valley, nature at its most delicious. now try our new crunch
top campaign aide to d.c. mayor vincent gray is due in court tomorrow. thomas gore will attend something called a status conference hearing regarding his criminal case. gore pleaded guilty to funneling some under the table cash to mayoral candidate suleman brown and then trying to cover up some of those payments. tomorrow a judge could set a sentencing date. sources tell 9 news now prosecutors will not be asking for prison time for gore. that's part of his plea bargain deal. >>> some georgetown respect accidents say enough is enough. -- residents say enough is enough. they're taking crime fighting into their own hands now. the citizens association of georgetown is adding private surveillance cameras in some of the neighborhoods. the group hopes to make it harder for crooks to break into cars and rip off cell phones which has been happening. private citizens have more legal leeway than police when it comes to using these cameras, according to local law. but some are voicing their concerns when it comes to privacy. 5:34 now. >>> both major northern virginia school districts start
for a status hearing in his criminal case. thomas gore was the first of three gray campaign aides to plead guilty to corruption charges. this as part of an ongoing federal investigation into gray's 2010 mayoral campaign. today's court appearance could set a sentencing date for gore, who faces 12 to 18 months in prison. mayor gray has not been accused of any wrongdoing. >>> last week, it was the republicans. now the democrats take their turn. the democratic national convention kicks off in north carolina today. first lady michelle obama is tonight's headline speaker. san antonio mayor julian castro is the keynote speaker, the first latino keynote speaker ever at a democratic gathering. maryland governor marco mallie and former virginia governor tim kaine will also address delegates. president clinton speaks tomorrow. president obama will accept the nomination thursday. >>> democrats from the district are in charlotte this week pushing for voting rights. congresswoman eleanor holmes norton joins us live on the phone from charlotte to tell us about what's going on there. good morning, congre
, in the week ahead, a former campaign aide to d.c. may mayor vincent gray will be back in court. thomas gore is set to be in court on tuesday. he faces 12 to 18 months in prison. he is the first of three campaign workers who pleaded guilty as part of an on going federal investigation into gray's 2010 election campaign. the mayor has not been accused of any wrongdoing. >> there's anticipation ahead of friday's august jobs report. 163,000 new jobs were added in july. hopes are high that even more were added last month to bring the national unemployment rate down even a notch from 8.3%. >>> drivers in d.c. take note. you better keep an extra close eye on your speed starting tomorrow. 11 newly installed speed cameras will start handing out tickets -- or people will start handing out tickets if you run the lights. nes range up to $250. some of the new locations include 17th street northeast and massachusetts avenue southeast. something to consider on your monday morning commute the you're indeed someone who is returning tomorrow. >>> if you're planning on enjoying the holiday weekend, soak in the
. tuesday a judge failed to set a sentencing date for thomas gore. gore was the assistant treasurer of the 2010 campaign, and he's one of three people who pleaded guilty. attorney scott bold din is watching the case and believes more charges are sure to follow. >> i wouldn't get lulled away with the lack of activity. if anything, quite frankly, that may mean a storm is brewing. >> reporter: in your mind is there any doubt that the prosecution is still looking at the mayor? >> i think so. until we hear otherwise. >> mayor gray is at the democratic convention in charlotte. he's leading the d.c. delegation in its call for voting rights and statehood. >>> the washington national cathedral will host a memorial service for neil armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon dived last month. the memorial service will be held thursday, september 13. it will start at 10:00 a.m. and a limited number of tickets will be made available to the public. the cathedral houses a rock from the moon presented to the church by the apollo 11 astronauts in 1974. >>> 6:06. jessica doyle is watching your mone
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, a number of people feel it will pick up in public view now that summer vacation is over. thomas gore, deputy treasurer in the vincent campaign was sent home from u.s. district court today. his attorney seemed to be hoping for a sentencing date. even though gore is expected to get probation, prosecutors feel he knows more than he has been willing to say about illegal payments to fringe candidate for mayor, sulaimon brown. they held a press conference only after they get convictions, but according to sources, prosecutors are asking a will the of questions about illegal payments to sulaimon brown, still asking a lot of questionabout the shadow campaign that helped get vincent gray elected mayor. secly, what role did vincent gray have in all of this? >> staffers have now pleaded guilty to felonies. at least two prom that night attorneys who talked with us today say more charges are certain to follow. >> i wouldn't get away with the lack of activity. if anything, quite frankly, that may mean a storm is brewing. >> in your mind, is there any doubt the prosecutors are looking at the mayo
in court. thomas gore pleaded guilty in may to organizing the under the table payments to former mayoral candidate suleman brown. it was all part of an alleged shadow campaign to get gray elected. gore was the first of three campaign aides to plead guilty in this. today's hearing is going to decide whether or not -- excuse me, decide when gore will be sentenced. >>> prince george's county and montgomery county residents could see a hefty increase in their water bills. the wssc needs to increase funding for some construction projects. right now the water company is more than $78 million over its projected construction budget. the money will be used to replace more than 5500 miles of the wssc's aging water system. >>> at 6:07, jessica doyle is here with a special your money report. >> this one is now. a look ahead to big releases coming up. >> it is a big fall for technology. so mark your calendars. you do not want to buy a new cell phone, tablet or e-reader without considering these dates. we'll start with september 12. that's when apple is rumored to be announcing the iphone 5 or whateve
campaign aide to who pleaded guilty of corruption will be back in court. thomas gore admitted to trying to cover up payments. the candidate is believed to be brown who says he was paid to attack then mayor. gore is one of three campaign aides to plead gill toy to corruption charges. he could get 12 to 18 months in prison. that sentencing hearing scheduled -- could be scheduled today. >>> 5:36. 73 degrees. straight ahead, the scare that landed a prince george's family in the hospital this holiday weekend. >>> plus, breaking the bank. why spare change is not nearly enough when your kids start losing their teeth. >>> you may need extra time getting to work today thanks to the rain. storm team4 meteorologist has storm team4 meteorologist has your anncr: it'll start out as concrete and steel... but it'll become so much more. a new world-class resort casino in prince george's county. two thousand construction jobs to build it. four thousand permanent, good-paying jobs when it's done. hundreds of millions for maryland schools... real oversight to make sure the money goes... where it's supposed
vincent gray will be back in court. thomas gore admitted to funneling money to a minor mayoral county and covering up the payments. brown says he was paid to attack then mayor fenty. bore is one of three campaign aides to plead guilty. he could serve up to 18 months in prison. >>> a prince george's county family is recovering from carbon monoxide poisoning. the family of five lives on reicher street. when everyone in the house woke up yesterday with headaches and nausea, the parents realized those are symptoms of carbon n monoxide poisoning and called 911. they are all expected to be okay, today family and friends will pay their last respects to a maryland naif s.e.a.l. killed in afghanistan. a viewing will be held at the george p. call his funeral home in his hometown of edgewater. many people lined the streets as his body was taken to the funeral home. the service is tomorrow at ft. meyer memorial chapel in arlington followed by a burial at arlington national cemetery. he died in a helicopter crash in afghanistan last month. >>> the coast guard is search for a missing boater. two
and sources tell 9news now the prosecutors will not be asking for prison time for thomas gore as part of his plea deal. >>> polls for a special election in northern virginia open in less than 30 minutes. voters in the 45th district will elect a new delegate to replace democrat david englin. he resigned earlier this morning after revelations of an extramarital affair. his district includes parts of fairfax, arlington counties and alexandria. >>> it's 5:34. time for another your money report. >> jessica doyle is back with more consumer news. i'm thinking about the graduate, the one word in the graduate. plastic. >> that's a good one. i love it. what we're talking about is if you have pretty good credit, "the wall street journal" reports that this might be a good time to go shopping for a new credit card. here's why. 40% of the nation's largest credit card companies are offering some type of a zero percent interest deal for new card holders. these are called teaser rates. not only are they low at zero percent, these teaser rates are also lasting longer. let's look back to 2009. they rose to nin
.c. mayor vin zen gray will be back in court. thomas gore pleaded guilty to make illegal cash payments to another candidate in the 2010 race and then trying to cover it up. today's court appearance could set a sentencing date for gore who faces 12 to 18 months in prison. >>> and finally, the much hyped osama bin laden tell-all "no easy day" goes on sale today. its author a former navy seal who took part in the raid that killed the terror leader is back in battle. matt bisonette writing under the pen name of mark owen reportedly fears for his safety. he already faces possible legal action by the united states government. after his identity went public he could face al qaeda retaliation. >>> 8:29. tucker barnes rejoins us here at the desk with more on today's forecast. >> yeah. more of the same unfortunately. warm hood conditions expected this afternoon. there could be showers and thunderstorms with warm, humid conditions expected this afternoon. tomorrow more of the same. so it's the remnants of isaac. there is nothing kicking it through the area so it will hang out for a few more days.
will be back in court. thomas gore is due in court tuesday. a judge could set his sentencing date at that time. he faces 12 to 18 months in prison. he pleaded guilty to felony lying and destruction of evidence. he pleaded guilty as part of an on going federal investigation into gray's 2010 election campaign. the mayor has not been accused of any wrongdoing. >>> drivers in d.c., your grace period is over. starting tomorrow, 11 newly installed speed cameras will start handing out tickets. fines range from $75 to $250. some of the new camera locations include 17th street northeast and massachusetts avenue southeast. >>> and guess what? summer is over. expect delays on terrible traffic tuesday when millions of drivers return to work and school, clogging the roads. aaa reports roughly 3 million workers will commute in the metro area. 750,000 students will hit the road. with more than 5,600 buses driving them. >>> drivers in arlington county are seeing green on the roads. it has nothing to to with money. five bike lanes in the county are getting a makeover. they're being painted green to keep the cy
and james purdy was . you.ant, >> host: thomas, from rochester, new york. good afternoon to you. >> caller: hello, i wanted tore know -- i know that gore vidallk wrote the city and the pillarth and he had problems with that book and how important it was with gay writing. also, what was the first gaytimv book, fiction or nonfiction that "the new york times" did review and also it was the first to usv the word gay to describe themselves. >> guest: this question, where tod begin. he published the city and the pillar, the new york daily times would not review it. tha t it wash reviewed in the book review, however, orville prescott hated the book so much that he did not review it. however, he did review other books. vry m he reviewed chairman capote's. books, which he liked very much. even though he said he didn't hosexualit like the gay story element.h he loved the writing and wasdalh able to look past the homosexuality and talk about other things. buet gore vidal was treated very it sold badly but it was a national bestseller. it sold extremely well and was very successful. maybe christopher
go. this is why you should go, is because you see justice thomas is not silent he chooses not to ask any questions. justice scalia does a lot of public speaking. he often asks the hostile questions to bush and gore. he always says the same thing. he says oh, get over it. >> speaking just for myself, i am so not over it. [laughter] i met al gore while i was working on the night and i said to him, i said to him, -- and he had read too close to call, and i had said, i am writing another book where bush and gore at the center of it. and i said, i think i am the biggest bush and gore junkie in the world, and he said you might be summoned. [laughter] you know, i think he has a point. i have to agree. but anyway, i don't want to spend too much time on bush and gore today, but that he had a not predictable, at least for me, i'm not very good at predictions from, as you may know, we will be getting to that a little bit later, the legacy of the supreme court. as you know, i think you all know, bush won that. but the court from 2000 until 2005, they moved to the left. the court are more liberal
now? thomas? >> the justices have a remarkable capacity to get along. in the wake of bush vs. gore, that group could come back and, despite the depth of feeling and intensity of that case, it shows an institution that, unlike most others, really does function. there are folks here who clerked on the court and know the dynamics. i don't think it is essential that they get along, but it makes the day go by a lot easier. one thing i will say is, sometimes, to get to a coherent rule of law, when you have nine very strong-willed people who have very diverse views sometimes, people have to give. they have to be willing to say, ok, i don't agree with that exactly. it i am going to get to an opinion has by people in it. at that point, it is in says -- it is essential that they get along. we have -- we know what the rules are and the relationships can play a role there. >> what about former clerks? >> i will agree with tom. after bush vs. gore, i saw no residual personal antagonism or anything like that. i think they were really able to set the work to one side and were able to get along ec
that i thought were important. i was never able to find a way to work them in. >> host: thomas from rochester new york, good afternoon to you. >> i want to know -- i know that gore vidal, in 1948, in "the new york times" refused to review it. and i was wondering if you could talk about the problems he had with this book and how important it was an what was the first gay book, either fiction or nonfiction, that "the new york times" did review, and also, it was the first gay writer who actually use the word gay to describe themselves guess macros are good questions. where to begin, gore vidal, he would have published the new york daily times, which would not review it. it was reviewed in the book review, however, that the daily times reviewing was orval prescott, he hated the book so much that he wouldn't reveal it. however, he did review other books. so it wasn't just a homosexuality to put them off. i'm not sure. but he reviewed chairman capote's other voices, other rooms, which he liked very much even though the gay story element, he said he didn't like. but he loved the writing, h
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